Type: Tech job board for Raleigh
The Raleigh, NC tech scene has a new recruiting tool. Three Triangle organizations are seeking to address the mismatch in the tech talent and labor markets in the Triangle, and have together launched a collaborative job board.
The organizations, Leadership Triangle, American Underground, and Raleigh Founded, announced the platform earlier this week, noting in a statement that though each organization already ran and managed individual job boards, they’ve decided to collaborate.
Type: Financial Advisor Industry Job Board
To assist RIAs in their search for operations talent, PFI Advisors announced today the addition of a job board inside its recently-launched digital consulting platform, The COO Society. Members join the platform to gain industry-leading insights on RIA best practices and how to best position a firm for both organic and inorganic growth. Talent acquisition is a key component of that equation and therefore a job board announcing available operations positions throughout the industry is a logical addition to the platform.
Platform: Unknown, job board portion is private.
Type: Startups in L.A.
Also powered by Getro is the new dot.L.A Talent Network, a jobs portal that offers the most comprehensive database of open jobs at L.A.’s top technology startups.
dot.LA was founded by L.A. natives Spencer Rascoff, co-founder of Zillow and Hotwire, and financial journalist Sam Adams, with the mission to shine a light on innovation within the startup and tech communities of Los Angeles. The pandemic hit just a few months after dot.LA’s launch, yet it hosted over 50 virtual events in 2020-2021 with over 5,000 attendees, virtual and in-person. There are over 300,000 monthly readers and over 500,000 total monthly viewers across the dot.LA platform.
From the beaches to downtown to the foothills to the valley, dot.LA unites the geographically dispersed communities within L.A.s sprawling tech ecosystem. There are 229,000 tech employees in L.A., and for the year to date, venture capital investments in the Los Angeles-Long Beach area have totaled $17.9 billion across 762 deals.
Over 550 companies are committed to posting jobs to Interchange.LA, including Discotech, Fuse Inventory, Social Native, Film Hub, First Resonance, SoLo Funds and BallerTV.